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Menachem Posner

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Rabbi Menachem Posner serves as staff editor at Chabad.org, the world’s largest Jewish informational website. He has been writing, researching, and editing for Chabad.org since 2006, when he received his rabbinic degree from Central Yeshiva Tomchei Temimin Lubavitch. He resides in Chicago, Ill., with his family.
His efforts saved thousands from Soviet oppression
Everyone in the Soviet Union knew what to do if you were arrested by the Secret Police: You shut your mouth, averted your gaze and tried to be inconspicuous. Everyone, that is, besides Leibel Mochkin, who died last week at the age of 95. Young and strappi...
California rabbi talks about a new four-week course beginning on Aug. 20
Chabad.org will host a four-part online course on consecutive Tuesdays starting Aug. 20 titled R-E-S-P-E-C-T: The Commandment That Shapes the Parent-Child Relationship. Presented by Rabbi Raleigh Resnick, director of Chabad of the Tri-Valley in Northern C...
Your very presence is all that matters, showing the mourners that you acknowledge their loss and pay your respects toward the departed.
Its tear-stained and cracked pages tell the story of Jewish bravery and faith in the face of suffering and deprivation.
According to Biblical command, Passover is to be observed for 7 days, beginning on Nissan 15, with the first and seventh days being observed as yom tov, when work is not performed. Since ancient times, rabbinic tradition mandates that the holidays be cele...
25-hour period of fasting and reflection begins on Saturday night, Aug. 10
When Shabbat ends this week, there will be no sweet-smelling spices or Kiddush wine to bid farewell to the sacred day. Instead, Jews around the world will don non-leather shoes, and make their way to synagogues and Chabad centers for evening services, fol...
Tisha B’Av, the 9th day of Av, is the saddest day on the Jewish calendar.
Oxford MBA talks about combining business and spiritual development in sub-Saharan Africa
Known for its steamy jungles, raw beaches and bustling markets, the West African nation of Ghana is home to 28 million people, perhaps 500 of them Jewish. Since 2015, the Ghana Jewish community has found a home at the Chabad-Lubavitch Center of Ghana in A...
Chabad Shlucha Nechama Libersohn talks about the return of Judaism to Spain
With its charming stone alleyways and stunning ocean views, Barcelona is one of Europe’s most visited cities. Tourists pour in to enjoy the sunshine, sports and stunning architecture. Yet the city’s ancient archways bear silent testimony to more than 1,00...
Rabbi Ahron and Chaya Blasberg spearhead the renaissance of Jewish life on a popular Caribbean isle
Aruba has cool sandy beaches, sparkling waters, windswept vistas, luxurious hotels ... and a full line of Jewish services, programs and amenities. Much of the current renaissance of Jewish life on this Caribbean island—only 19 miles long and around that f...
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